Place in the Sun Cabernet Sauvignon is a bounty of ripe, juicy plums and blackcurrants, gracefully tamed by a touch of delicious oak spice. It makes you long for cold winter evenings, a fire place and your favourite people. That’s why it’s such a treat with roast lamb, mutton, game and beef casseroles or the perfect steak.

Place in the Sun wines are Fairtrade-certified and produced in the cellars of Zonnebloem, one of South Africa’s longest-established names in the wine industry. The brand pays a premium to Place in the Sun’s growers for their Devon Valley, Stellenbosch grapes and a Fairtrade Premium Committee representing the workers, then decides on how to spend this money.

Premiums go towards maintaining a crèche, schooling and post-matric studies, sporting programmes, health care and vegetable gardens. Almost 250 people benefit from these initiatives.

Place in the Sun is a positive, optimistic, can-do brand. If you like this wine, treat yourself to the Shiraz, Merlot, Unwooded Chardonnay and Sauvignon blanc, because every Place in the Sun wine you buy makes a difference to the farm workers nurturing and harvesting the grapes, their families and their community.

Place in the Sun Cabernet Sauvignon retails for around R48 a bottle and is available at Pick n Pay and Makro.

For more details, go to www.placeinthesun.co.za

 

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About The Author

Jesse-Lee Rowe
Communications Manager

Jesse-Lee, a creative at heart, has fallen in love with the vision of SPICE4LIFE and brings an unconventional mix of skills to the table, used to share this love with the world. Jesse-Lee is passionate about story telling, and believes that there are many ways to tell a story – her methods of choice include writing and visual communication through graphic design, video, and photography. Although creative, Jesse-Lee also enjoys the more serious side of things and has a zealous love for business – particularly marketing, relationship management and strategy.

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